The Bible Pages, key-word index, section Obadiah to Owlam

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Section Obadiah to Owlam
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Obedience, obey

Oblation – Look also under the heading “Eucharist”.


Offer, offering

Office, offices

Offspring – Galatians 3:19: The Old Covenant was to last “until the Offspring would come to whom the promise had been made”, that is, until Jesus came. → rca082.htm

Oil – Look below, under the heading “Olive oil”.

Olam, owlam – Many bible-versions translate the old Hebrew word olam as “for ever”, “everlasting” or “eternal”. That is misleading, and has led to many misunderstandings. → rca132.htm


Olive oil


Omnipotent (Revelation 19:6, KJV1769.) Also, some notes on the English word “almighty”, the Hebrew word tsabaoth and the Greek word pantokrator.

One hundred and forty-four thousand – Look under the heading “144000”.

Onesimus – The apostle Paul wrote a letter to Philemon who had had a man called Onesimus as a slave. Some have claimed that Paul “upheld slavery”. Is that true? → roa162.htm


Ordaining – Churches “ordain priests”, but that is an originally Catholic concept which does not have any support in the Greek text of the New Testament. (The saints did not have any mortal priests. The resurrected Jesus was their only priest.) → rea022.htm

Ordinances – The Old Testament: What was the difference between “charges”, “commandments”, “decrees”, “judgments”, “law”, “ordinances”, “precepts” and “statutes”? → rca032.htm

Ordination – Look above, under the heading “Ordaining”.

Ornan the Jebusite and his threshing-floor. – Look under the heading “Jebus, Jebusites”.


Oshea – Some translations have that spelling in Numbers 13:8 and 16, some have “Hoshea”. Those verses refer to Joshua. Look under the heading “Joshua”. Regarding the prophet Hosea and his book, look under the heading “Hosea”.

Our, us, we

Owlam – Look above, under the heading “Olam”.

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